Category Archives: On Culture
It’s here. You waited all year, the excitement building, the anticipation nearing fever pitch, the speculation non-stop. Who is the winner of this year’s The Quo Vadis? Satan’s Stool Sample Award, a recognition of a person so obnoxious, so vile, … Continue reading
A quarter-century from now, on the first Monday in March, school children will have the day off. Mail will not be delivered. Banks will be closed. Washington, D.C. will be a ghost town. The first Monday in March will be … Continue reading
Once upon a time, you dress so fine. You wrote the songs that rhyme in your prime. Didn’t you?
Many believe in the virtue of taxation. Inexplicably they often justify this insanity by pointing to St. Matthew’s Gospel where Jesus opines about taxation giving it his blessing by saying, “ . . . Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s … Continue reading
I’m a survivor of the Catholic education system. Not one of those short-timers sentenced to a year or two in grammar school; no, I was a lifer, all in – grammar, high school, university (Seton Hall). Through all the Catechism, … Continue reading